Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek is a writer for SiliconANGLE Media's roving news desk team theCUBE, covering events and developments in the tech world.Repeated stints as a publication editor in high school, a focus on international language studies in college, and a self-published examination of H.P. Lovecraft's fiction have left him with a deep appreciation of new communications developments.An enthusiastic fan of music, Pesek is a long-time album reviewer for The Burning Beard, which has led to contact with up-and-coming bands around the world, while also maintaining daily reviews of albums from his personal collection.Raised in south Texas, he currently lives in north Louisiana.

Latest from Gabriel Pesek

What is the role of new tech in 2017? | #VTUG

As the first month of 2017 quickly moves to a close, the technological forecast for the rest of the year is being set at a number of events around the world, with the progress made in bringing cloud, IoT and other cutting-edge utilities to consumers leaving surprises in store for how those tools will be […]

Will cloud universality reduce data operations complexity? | #VTUG

In any corner of the tech world today, data is a massive consideration, whether it’s being managed, stored, analyzed or otherwise used. But with cloud, flash and various other options can enable enterprises to hold those massive stores of data. Yet many are finding themselves stymied by complexity before they can get to really working with […]

Uniting containers and virtual machines to answer specific use cases | #VTUG

As virtualization becomes increasingly viable for common users and enterprises in a variety of common applications, many of those users are trying to determine whether containers or virtual machines are better for their purposes, while developers are pointing to a blend of both. At the VTUG Winter Warmer 2017 in Foxborough, MA, Mike Coleman, technology […]

The IT-OT convergence: protecting operational technology in the cloud age | #ACCELERATE2017

Since the discovery of the Stuxnet worm, Operational Technology has been gaining attention from security providers, as the number and type of attacks continue to grow. With the integration of cloud services into a number of functionalities, the security side of OT is encountering rapid expansion of the terrain they have to protect. At Fortinet Accelerate, Edgard […]

Eliminating security weaknesses: What is proactive data protection? | #ACCELERATE2017

In today’s digital business climate, data trust is perhaps the most important part of the business, according to Drew Del Matto, CFO of Fortinet Inc. “I think it’s just core to value creation, because it’s as simple as if you think you’re putting information out there, and you think somebody’s going to get to it, then […]

Doing more with less: supporting realism in the new IT age | #HPEDiscover

The enthusiasm of a vendor for its product is an essential part of success, and there are few places that becomes as apparent as at company-specific conventions and conferences. But consumer reactions are at least as important, making the presence of outsider analysts at such gatherings a healthy piece of presentational balance. At the HPE […]

Will automation and machine learning eliminate human intelligence in IT? | #HPEDiscover

In the move toward automation, machine-learning and predictive analytics, many are seeing dark times ahead for the human component of the IT workforce. Others, however, are seeing it as a time for the IT workers to become more powerful than ever before. At the HPE Discover EU event in London, Dana Gardner, president and principal […]

What is the cloud’s role in making big data accessible? | #reInvent

While the many advantages of cloud regarding data management and analysis have received deep examination, one of the advantages brought to data by cloud is the way it simply makes huge stores of data accessible in ways that were unimaginable before it arrived. At the AWS re:Invent 2016 event in Las Vegas, NV, Walter Scott, […]

Is the cloud creating its own ‘data gravity’? A look at the future of the cloud disruption | #reInvent

With cloud services and their applications causing fundamental disruption in a number of industries, the intelligent deployment of those tools to an enterprise’s data stores is steamrolling the volume of utilities offered by a provider to become the real point of determination in success. At the AWS re:Invent 2016 event in Las Vegas, NV, Jonathan […]

Finding the biggest cloud appeal in individual markets | #reInvent

Removing complexities in enterprise cloud solutions only gets trickier when organizations go global. The very definition of private cloud can change with each nation, creating highly differentiated markets for cloud integrators working with Amazon Web Services platform. At this year’s AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, NV, Brad Yun Lee, VP of business development and strategy […]